Matthew Guthaus

Matthew Guthaus

  • Professor of Computer Science & Engineering
  • Associate Dean for Graduate Studies
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Engineering 2, Room 595-L
  • By appointment
  • SOE3
  • Matthew Guthaus is a Professor in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California Santa Cruz. He received his BSE in Computer Engineering and MSE and PhD in Electrical Engineering, all from The University of Michigan. Prof. Guthaus is a Senior Member of ACM and IEEE and a member of IFIP Working Group 10.5. His research interests are in low-power computing and electronic computer-aided design including new circuits, architectures, algorithms, and software to address challenges in modern design flows. Dr. Guthaus is the creator of the OpenRAM memory compiler and has interests in open-source computer-aided design and design flows. Dr. Guthaus is the recipient of a 2011 NSF CAREER award and a 2010 ACM SIGDA Distinguished Service Award.
  • Electronic Computer-Aided Design (ECAD)
  • Design Automation
  • Chip design (VLSI)
  • Low-power circuits
  • Clocking circuits and design automation
  • Memory circuits and design automation
  • Systems-on-Chips
  • Circuit Optimization
  • Physical Design
  • Open Source Software
  • Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 2006, The University of Michigan
  • MSE in Electrical Engineering, 2000, The University of Michigan
  • BSE in Computer Engineering, 1998, The University of Michigan

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